Nike Air Max 95 Steps Out in Gradient Matte Grey and Red

An alternative to the “Silver Bullet.”

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Having previously appeared in a high-contrast “Juventus”-inspired scheme, Nike‘s Air Max 95 now turns back to its monochrome mode with a new matte grey colorway. This pair takes on a familiar gradient theme with a multi-texture upper consisting of nubuck, leather and mesh panels. The greyscale wave motif is completed with a silver-sheen textile tongue and a matte grey midsole, while bright red accents via the embroidered mini Swoosh, lace eyelets and embroidered tongue branding add some vibrancy.

We’re still waiting on the official release details of this Air Max 95 colorway, but expect to see them hit Nike’s web store in the coming weeks. In the meantime, check out the Nike’s Air Force 1 Low with a black marble print midsole for more upcoming colorways.

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